Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs (New Zealand)

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Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs
Agency overview
Jurisdiction New Zealand
Headquarters Level 2, ASB House
101-103 The Terrace
Wellington[1]
Employees 48 FTEs[2]
Annual budget NZD 6.2m[3]
Minister responsible Hon. Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga[4], Minister of Pacific Island Affairs
Agency executive Pauline Winter, Chief Executive
Website www.mpia.govt.nz

The Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs seeks to promote the status of Pacific Island people in New Zealand.[5] It does this by keeping informed of the issues, then advocating for Pacific Islanders to other public sector agencies.

The Minister with responsibility for the portfolio is Pesata Sam Lotu-Iiga, and the Chief Executive is Pauline Winter.[6]

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